Oh the patriarchy!
Hot off the heels of the Women's March on DC, TheBlaze's Doc Thompson is once again putting the feminist gathering back in the silly light with a new hashtag that managed to hit number two in trending in the United States.
You'll recall that not long ago, Thompson hilariously stated up the hashtag #RenameMillionWomenMarch which trended and received a number of superb names that described the march far more accurately. Now, the new hashtag focuses on the aftermath of the march.
Can you help me some #WomensMarchStatistics???— Doc Thompson’s Daily Mojo (@Doc Thompson’s Daily Mojo)1485170966.0
So what did the Women's March accomplish? What kind of numbers are we seeing coming out of the gathering? Twitter weighed in.
70% with daddy issues and 32 cats 30% who need you to fund them getting banged like a screen door during a tornado #WomensMarchStatistics— I Am Leah (@I Am Leah)1485186707.0
#WomensMarchStatistics things changed: 0— Angela Morabito (@Angela Morabito)1485191812.0
#WomensMarchStatistics 99% left their respect and love behind https://t.co/u8CFc1Y4Zq— #MrD Camp Warlord (@#MrD Camp Warlord)1485172560.0
The protest was mocked roundly by many different groups both in and off the #WomensMarchStatistics hashtag, and for solid reasons. Pop-star Madonna used the march as an opportunity to express herself hey-hey-hey-hey politically, and say she's thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House now that Trump is in it. Furthermore, the march was consistently touted as a highly inclusive event, but pro-life groups were not only booted from the march, but pro-life women were spit upon by slacktivists.